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Art of Native America: The Charles and Valerie Diker Collection

July 14, 2023–Ongoing
Free with Museum admission
Woman’s Dress and Accessories, Jodi Archambault  American, Tanned and commercial leather, glass and metal beads, cotton, silk, dentalium shell, metal cones, horsehair, plastic, bone, brass bells, porcupine quills, coins, Hunkpapa Lakota (Teton Sioux)
Jodi Archambault (American, Hunkpapa Lakota/Teton Sioux, born North Dakota, 1969)
2005
Untitled (Dream Catcher), Marie Watt  Seneca, American, Reclaimed wool blankets, satin binding, and thread, Seneca, Native American
Marie Watt (Seneca, born Seattle, Washington 1967)
2014
Seminole, Native American
ca. 1910
Ada Vilcon Thomas (Native American, Chitimacha, 1924–1992)
1989
Lidded Trunk, Ada Vilcon Thomas  Native American, Dyed rivercane
Ada Vilcon Thomas (Native American, Chitimacha, 1924–1992)
1987
War club, Wood, pigment and nail, Anishinaabe, probably Ojibwa, Native American
Anishinaabe, probably Ojibwa, Native American
ca. 1750
Pouch, English wool, cotton, silk, glass beads, Onondowahgah/Seneca, Native American
Onondowahgah/Seneca, Native American
early 19th century
Anishinaabe, Ojibwe or Cree, Native American
c. 1820
Eastern Woodlands or Great Lakes, Native American
ca. 1800
Joe Baker (Lenape/Delaware, 1946)
1997
Shakhùkwiàn (Man’s Coat), Hide, cloth, glass beads, cotton tread, Lenni Lenape/Delaware artist, Native American
Lenni Lenape/Delaware artist, Native American
ca. 1840
Comb, Moose antler, Seneca or Susquehannock, Native American
Seneca or Susquehannock, Native American
ca. 1680
Bowl, Maple, Anishinaabe, probably Ottawa, Native American
Anishinaabe, probably Ottawa, Native American
ca. 1800
Woodlands: Anishnaabe, Ottawa or Ojibwa
c. 1820
Bowl, Wood, Wendat/ Huron, Native American
Wendat/ Huron, Native American
ca. 1700
Courtney M. Leonard (Shinnecock, born 1980)
2021
Shaman's rattle, Birch, bone, hair, pigment, and metal pins, Tsimshian, Native American
Tsimshian, Native American
ca. 1750–80
Guardian figure staff, Conifer wood, deer hooves, pigment, and vegetal fiber, Lower Chehalis or Quinault, Native American
Lower Chehalis or Quinault, Native American
ca. 1820–50
Dagger , Wood, steel, and vegetal fiber, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1780–1840
War club, Whalebone, Makah or Nuu-chah-nulth, Native American
Makah or Nuu-chah-nulth, Native American
ca.1820–40
Rattle, Copper, wood, tanned leather, abalone shell, and horn, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1890
Raven rattle, Albert Edward Edenshaw  Haida, Wood, pigment, glass beads and vegetal fiber, Haida, Native American
Attributed to Albert Edward Edenshaw (Haida, 1812–1894)
ca. 1850
Clapper, Wood, pigment, vegetal fiber, and copper wire, Tsimshian, Native American
Tsimshian, Native American
ca. 1830–60
Portrait figure, Wood and pigment, Haida, Native American
Haida, Native American
ca. 1840
Soul catcher, Bone, abalone shell, and tanned leather, Tsimshian, Native American
Tsimshian, Native American
ca. 1840–60
Amulet, Antler and abalone shell, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1840–70
Comb, Wood, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1850–80
Comb, Mountain sheep horn, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1840
Comb, Wood and pigment, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1860
Woman's hood, Wool cloth, silk ribbon, and glass beads, Ojibwa, Native American
Ojibwa, Native American
ca. 1860
Woman's hood, Wool cloth, glass beads, and silk ribbon, James Bay Cree, Native American
James Bay Cree, Native American
ca. 1840
Woman's hood, Wool cloth, glass beads, and silk thread, James Bay Cree, Native American
James Bay Cree, Native American
ca. 1865
Tunic and leggings, Cedar bark, mountain sheep wool and dye, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1890
Parka, Edna Oktokiyuk  Yupik, Marine mammal intestine, auklet beaks and feathers, tanned leather, and seal fur, Yupik, Native American
Edna Oktokiyuk (Yupik)
Annie Oktokiyuk (Yupik)
ca. 1910
Crow, Native American
c.1880
Bowl, Alder, Haida, Native American
Haida, Native American
ca. 1800–40
Bowl, Wood, Tsimshian, Native American
Tsimshian, Native American
ca. 1780–1810
Ladle, Wood and pigment, Chinook, Native American
Chinook, Native American
ca. 1850
Bowl, Wood, shell, and pigment, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1750–1800
Mask, Wood and pigment, Tlingit, Native American
Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1860
Maskette, Wood, copper, shell, and pigment, Tsimshian or Tlingit, Native American
Tsimshian or Tlingit, Native American
ca. 1780–1830
Headdress frontlet, Wood, abalone shell, pigment, and nails, Tsimshian
, Native American
Tsimshian , Native American
ca. 1820–40
Dagger, Saayina aat  Tlingit, Iron, tanned leather, wool cloth, vegetal fiber, and human hair, Tlingit, Native American
Attributed to Saayina aat (Tlingit)
ca. 1780
Mask, Wood, pigment, and vegetal fiber, Yup'ik, Native American
Yup'ik, Native American
ca. 1900
Mask, Wood, vegetable fiber and pigment, Chugach, Native American
Chugach, Native American
1860
Mask, Wood and pigment, Alutiiq/ Sugpiaq, Native American
Alutiiq/ Sugpiaq, Native American
ca. 1870
Mask, Wood and pigment, Alutiiq/ Sugpiaq, Native American
Alutiiq/ Sugpiaq, Native American
ca. 1870
Mask, Wood, pigment, vegetal fiber, iron nails, and feathers, Yup'ik, Native American
Yup'ik, Native American
ca. 1900
Dance object, Wood, pigment, vegetal fiber, and feathers, Yup'ik, Native American
Yup'ik, Native American
ca. 1900
Snow goggles, Walrus ivory, Thule, Native American
Thule, Native American
ca. 800–1200
Harpoon counterweight, Walrus ivory, Old Bering Sea III, Native American
Old Bering Sea III, Native American
300–500 CE
Handle fragment (?), Walrus ivory, Old Bering Sea II, Native American
Old Bering Sea II, Native American
100–300 CE
Toggle, Walrus ivory, Okvik, Native American
Okvik, Native American
100 BCE–200 CE
Transformational figure, Walrus ivory, Okvik, Native American
Okvik, Native American
ca. 200 BCE–100 CE
Atlatl, Wood and walrus ivory, Alutiiq/ Sugpiaq, Native American
Alutiiq/ Sugpiaq, Native American
ca. 1750–80
Beaded Bag, Tanned leather, cordage, glass beads, brass beads, and commercial brass buttons, Wasco, Native American
Wasco, Native American
ca. 1860
Bowl, Bighorn sheep horn and nails, Wasco or Wishram, Native American
Wasco or Wishram, Native American
ca. 1840
Flat Bag, Native-tanned skin, cotton, glass, Coeur d'Alene
Coeur d'Alene
1895–1905
Flat Bag, Wool, cotton, glass, Native-tanned skin, Yakama
Yakama
late 19th–early 20th century
Pendant with figure, Bone and pigment, Ancestral Columbia River, Native American
Ancestral Columbia River, Native American
3rd–13th century
Sioux, Native American
ca. 1890
Lakota/ Teton Sioux, Native American
ca. 1890
Sioux, Native American
ca. 1900–1930
Cradleboard, Lakota/Teton Sioux artist, Wood, rawhide, glass beads, native-tanned leather, muslin, brass tacks, Lakota/Teton Sioux
Lakota/Teton Sioux artist
ca. 1890
Blanket strip, Tanned leather and glass beads, Central Plains, probably Lakota/Teton Sioux, Native American
Central Plains, probably Lakota/Teton Sioux, Native American
ca. 1830
Apsáalooke/Crow, Native American
ca. 1870
Plains Plateau
Nez Perce
c. 1890
Plains Plateau; Oto-Missouria
ca. 1890
Ka’igwu/Kiowa, Native American
ca. 1890
Boy's jacket, Tanned leather, pigment, glass beads, cotton cloth, and commercial buttons, Crow, Native American
Crow, Native American
ca. 1880
War club, Wood and pigment, Pawnee, Native American
Pawnee, Native American
ca. 1800
Swift Dog Strikes an Enemy, Swift Dog  Hunkpapa Lakota/ Teton Sioux, Watercolor and ink on paper, Hunkpapa Lakota/ Teton Sioux, Native American
Swift Dog (Hunkpapa Lakota/ Teton Sioux, 1845–1925)
ca. 1880
Short Bull Falls from Wounded Horse , Short Bull  Og La La Lakota/ Teton Sioux, Watercolor and ink on paper, Oglala Lakota/ Teton Sioux, Native American
Short Bull (Oglala Lakota/ Teton Sioux, 1851/52-1925)
ca. 1890
Tipi bag, Tanned leather, glass beads, metal cones, horsehair, and dye, Lakota/ Teton Sioux, Native American
Lakota/ Teton Sioux, Native American
ca. 1890
Quirt handle, Elk antler and pigment, Eastern Plains, probably Meskwaki, Native American
Eastern Plains, probably Meskwaki, Native American
ca. 1860
Pair of parfleche envelopes, Rawhide, pigment, and tanned leather, Blackfoot, Blood or Siksika, Native American
Blackfoot, Blood or Siksika, Native American
ca. 1890
Black-on-Black Jar, Maria Martínez  Native American, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Clay and slip, San Ildefonso, Native American
Maria Martínez (Native American, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1887–1980 San Ildefonso Pueblo, Santa Fe New Mexico)
Julián Martínez (San Ildefonso, 1885–1943)
1919–20
Double-lobed polychrome canteen, Clay and pigment, Tewa (San Ildefonso Pueblo), Native American
Tewa (San Ildefonso Pueblo), Native American
ca. 1860
Socorro black-on-white storage jar, Clay and pigment, Ancestral Pueblo, Native American
Ancestral Pueblo, Native American
ca. 1050–1100
Polacca polychrome water jar, Nampeyo  Native American, Clay and pigment, Hopi-Tewa, Native American
Nampeyo (Native American, Hopi-Tewa, ca. 1859–1942)
ca. 1895–1900
Chief's blanket, Unidentified Navajo Artist, Dyed and undyed wool, Diné/Navajo, Native American
Unidentified Navajo Artist
1865–70
Serape, Unidentified Navajo Artist, Dyed and undyed wool, Diné/Navajo, Native American
Unidentified Navajo Artist
ca. 1865–70
White Ogre Tihu (Katsina Figure), Cottonwood, pigment, cotton cloth, tanned leather, and metal, Hopi, Native American
Hopi, Native American
ca. 1900
Powhoge polychrome storage jar, Clay and pigment, Tewa, Native American
Tewa, Native American
ca. 1790
Gift basket, Belle Hidreth Varriel  Pomo, Willow shoots, sedge root, dyed and undyed bulrush roots, and glass beads, Pomo, Native American
Belle Hidreth Varriel (Pomo, 1882–1952)
ca. 1910
Gift basket, Mary Mono  Wappo or Coast Miwok, Sedge and dyed bulrush root, clamshell beads, glass beads, and quail topknot feathers, Wappo or Coast Miwok, Native American
Mary Mono (Wappo or Coast Miwok)
ca. 1890
Basket bowl, Carrie Bethel  Mono Lake Paiute, Willow shoots, sedge root, redbud shoots, and dyed bracken root, Mono Lake Paiute, Native American
Carrie Bethel (Mono Lake Paiute, 1898–1974)
1929
Basket bowl, Louisa Keyser  Washoe, Willow and redbud shoots, bracken root, and dye, Washoe, Native American
Louisa Keyser (Washoe, ca. 1831-1925)
1907
Ensemble, Tanned leather, sinew, and pigment, Innu/Naskapi, Native American
Innu/Naskapi, Native American
ca. 1820

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July 14, 2023–Ongoing
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